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  • Santa Rosa, past old Altruria and Mark West Springs, then to the right and across to Calistoga in Napa Valley.

    FOUR HORSES AND A SAILOR

  • A visitor from Altruria might wonder why a race of people of intelligence, cleanly, moral, law-abiding, sober, industrious, prosperous, should be socially undesirable in a democracy.

    The Social Disability of the Jew

  • Robin thought of their Dowager Queen of Altruria as perhaps being a little lonely, sometimes.

    Red-Robin

  • At a warning sign from Beryl she regretfully left out the generous contribution of their mysterious Queen of Altruria.

    Red-Robin

  • "As sure as I'm _alive_ it's the Queen of Altruria!"

    Red-Robin

  • _ And she's brought the Queen of Altruria with her!

    Red-Robin

  • The paragraph told of the mysterious disappearance of its Dowager Queen from the little warring Balkan kingdom of Altruria.

    Red-Robin

  • This Queen who seemed really truly friendly now and almost human, might go back some day to Altruria, wherever that was, and of course, when _she_ toured Europe, or maybe even when she was there studying, she could go and stay at the Palace just like a relative.

    Red-Robin

  • By no means had the girls forgotten their Dowager Queen of Altruria.

    Red-Robin

  • Dante's verses displeasing to a Queen of Altruria.

    Red-Robin

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